Reply To: Module 1 – Introduction to Development Education

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Declan Hogan
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Development education is the process of raising awareness and understanding of global issues. It is important to teach development education in the classroom because it can help students to develop a global perspective, understand the interconnectedness of the world, and become more engaged citizens.

There are many ways to use development education in the classroom. You can use books, articles, videos, and websites to teach students about global issues. You can also bring in guest speakers from non-governmental organizations (NGOs) or community organizations. Another way to use development education in the classroom is to have students participate in service-learning projects.  Here are some specific examples of how you can use development education in the classroom:

Teach a unit on poverty and hunger.

Teach a unit on climate change.

Have students participate in a service-learning project that addresses a global issue.

Development education is an important part of a well-rounded education. It can help students to become more informed citizens and to make a difference in the world.

  • This reply was modified 8 months, 3 weeks ago by Declan Hogan.
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